Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
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nd nil' thr po' of V A R I E T Y I N C L O V E S _ ni,,»ion o f ,l*-,rmcd ·oriel It HHd.lo dlipUy new I'ariilun jlnve style*. From tun, flnvn »r« white nylnn with sriiuin-lrimnied cuffii: yellow nylon with ·rullnpfd Uce cultn; ind w hlle doeskin with Ixiurd simmer*. L I G H T S F O R T H E C I T Y O F L I G H T -- With Paris sprrail out beneath them, workmen move «round »caffold- inn to put linlshliu touches to two new beacons on the Eiffel Tower to culcle planes tlyinit near and over the French capital. T H E P E R S O N A L T O Janet Murray await visitors after li npen-alr art exhibit at London'* U C H -- Ann JUT, left, and their work in the annual Victoria Embankment Gardens. R E T U R N T O j L - ^ j - f r i n e n , Murirarcl arrive* ·I Rurklncham r.l«r, Umdim. from TVtnihor Castle. She accom- »anlrd her (liter, Queen Kllr.alirth, who will live at the I'alace, T H I S O N E D I D N ' T P A S S -- (inalle Krii-h Smrrkk savri f o r German-American I.enBne All Stars in soccrr same with Stuttgart, Germany. Kirkcrs. won by latter, 4 to 3, in New York. N O M I N A T E D A ii,,,t F. Nufrr, 57, career diplomat and specialist in Latin-American affairs, has hern nominated by President Truman to be U. S. Ambassador to Argentina. A V O I C E F R O M H O M E -- George Haft and Jimmy Dunntr ate all Kinllcs as (ii-orgc visits thr, rnmrdiun's dremlng room in the London Palladium TIira(rr where Jimmy Is starring. G E T T I N G S Q U A R E D A W A Y _ Prince Mik.», brother or Japanese Fmperor, and Sliigfiko Ilojima are interested as Tfr. Nick N'azzarpta shows square dance step in Yokoham». H E L P I N G H I M S E L F --Leslie (ifdtMins,'t, uprns mouth to enable his mother, Mrs. Kihvin (iideons, Tanipu, I'la.. to Insert new up per plalc replar- inf his ex tractrd baby teeth. R A R E B R E E D I N U . S . -- R e x a n d Sari, Hnng-arian VJsrJa dojts, pose with litter mt City luiinr of owner, Frank Tiillnun, who says breed is one of rarest in V'nited States. , , TM teler. left. Chief of U. S. Naval erick McGrifor. First Sra Lord, cerning operations of the Brit T A L K--Adm. William Fech- Opcrations, and Adm. Sir Rhod- leave a London conference con- ish fleet in the Mediterranean. R E A D Y f O R Y A C H T I N G ' S I E S T _ Royil Niv y Sulllm Aworlatlon'j j a r l i t M A T C H I N G T H E T Y P E _, willUm llnwe« ponders over what j.r-1 Mhrlls he \ \ I I I n t l l i j e inr trimming hand-noven dute " - - - - - · -- "".-*· ·-·'.» TMnni« nmoi-Miinnii .1,11111 o v f r what t~r.i shells lie w i l l iitillje int trlmmlnit hand-woven d«le n v i i i s i / » i T T H I C H a m i v j n i -- W a t e r - s w o l l e n It s r n1 ..r nm ..i S«mutl repii nils *r Thimn In London after fllllm-out at riymnuth for Bermuda Yuehl r«-es. palm frond hats he makrn In hl« Taclllc Palisades, C»l,, iludlo. iptned out In mud aflfr buratlnc »lor*ie blni at Whlllnf, Iowa durln' lii Ml rlI R I «

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